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Successful Co-Parenting

Divorce is not only hard on you, but it is also hard on your children. To ensure maximal wellbeing of your children post-divorce, it is important to employ a successful co-parenting strategy. Successful co-parenting will ensure your child feels secure, and gives them a healthy example to follow. View a wealth of information about co-parenting […]

Child Vaccinations

What should you do if you and your co-parent disagree on whether or not your child should be vaccinated? First, you should talk to a trusted pediatrician with your co-parent. If you take all the necessary avenues and your co-parent still holds a belief you do not believe is in the child’s best interest, then […]

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Contested Divorce vs Uncontested Divorce

What is the difference between a contested divorce and an uncontested divorce? In an uncontested divorce, both spouses agree on all of the terms. These terms include the division of assets, alimony, child placement, etc. In a contested divorce, there are disagreements between the spouses about some or all of the divorce terms. These disagreements […]

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Business Interests in Divorce

What happens in a divorce where there is a family or privately held business? Wisconsin law asserts that marital assets are subject to division in a divorce. However, exceptions exist: 1) if assets are part of an inheritance or gift 2) if a prenuptial agreement is present. Without these exceptions, the business is included in […]

Valuating Property in a High Asset Divorce

In a Wisconsin divorce, property is divided according to community property laws. This means that marital property is split 50/50. In a high asset divorce, there is no exception, unless a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is present.  In a high asset divorce where many valuable assets exist, it is important to seek the aid of […]

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Family support rules for military families

The most common way to establish child or spousal support in a family case involving a servicemember is to obtain a court order. Support orders are usually made in divorce or paternity cases. Wisconsin will grant orders for child support or spousal support (known as spousal maintenance). However, even if a state court order does […]

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